If you’ve moved into a new home, chances are you’ve also acquired someone else’s color palette. Maybe it’s builder-grade beige, stuck-in-the-70s avocado and harvest gold, or a bold teal and orange that isn’t your cup of tea. Or perhaps you’ve lived in your home for a while and decided that it’s time to freshen things up with a new color scheme. Either way you’re faced with what can seem to be a huge question: how to choose colors that will look good together in your home. With a little color know-how, it’s easy to create a color scheme that feels cohesive and coordinates with your space.
When you’re creating a color scheme for your home it can be tempting to jump in and start picking your favorite colors. However, it’s better to take the time to think about how you’ll be using your space and the mood you want to create. Do you want it to be calming? Energizing? Cheerful? The colors you use in your space can help evoke these feelings.
When you buy a coordinating bedroom set you don’t have to worry about your bed and other large pieces working together because they all match. But what about when you buy an upholstered bed that isn’t part of a set? Here’s how we mixed and matched large pieces and accents to create two cohesive looks.
Follow these 5 easy steps to put together a room that's cozy, functional, and full of style.
If you live in a cold climate, winter marks the beginning of plunging temperatures, icy weather, and shorter days. While it can be a difficult time for us sun worshipers, there are ways to cozy up your home so you can embrace the season. Here are a few easy things you can do to create a warm and relaxed atmosphere for your home.